Protect your online assets from a digital graveyard warns Kent lawyer

28th November 2019

A lawyer who specialises in estate planning has warned that thousands of people across Kent may be failing to protect...

Charity lottery offering the chance to win £25,000 in time for Christmas!

21st November 2019

A weekly lottery launched by The Kent Autistic Trust is looking to expand its membership by offering players across Kent...

Ellie qualifies to specialise in Dispute Resolution

31st October 2019

Ellie Boreham has qualified as a Solicitor and taken her place in Furley Page’s highly regarded Dispute Resolution team. Having graduated...

Recruitment specialist’s free seminar offers business leaders top tips to attract and retain talent

23rd October 2019

Business leaders from across Kent will receive vital insights into attracting and retaining talented staff at a free event in...

Furley Page makes strong showing in two prestigious national legal guides

16th October 2019

Individual lawyers and teams at Furley Page have been recognised for their expertise in the latest annual rankings published by...

Furley Page welcomes next generation of legal talent

15th October 2019

An appointment by leading Kent law firm, Furley Page, sees a newly qualified solicitor join its highly regarded Private Client...

Clock is ticking for EU citizens to apply for settled status to remain in UK

25th September 2019

...But only one in three have applied A solicitor specialising in business immigration at leading south east law firm Furley Page...

Popular annual employment law workshop returns

24th September 2019

Leading regional law firm Furley Page is hosting a workshop to provide business leaders and HR professionals in Kent the...

Lunchtime concert series at the University of Kent promises to banish the autumn blues

24th September 2019

The University of Kent’s Lunchtime Concert series resumes this autumn, offering an exciting range of musical performances that are once...

Furley Page to sponsor Taste of Kent Awards 2020

19th September 2019

Leading Kent law firm Furley Page has been unveiled as a sponsor of the Taste of Kent Awards 2020, an...

Furley Page continues support of historic East Kent Ploughing Match

29th August 2019

Visitors to the East Kent Ploughing Match will once again have the chance to hone their shooting skills as Furley...

Shine for Pilgrims with sponsored night time walks to raise funds for local hospice care

28th August 2019

Hundreds of people will join the Pilgrims Hospices’ annual ‘A Night to Shine’ event this September to raise vital funds...

Search for Medway’s best businesses is on as annual awards gather pace

25th July 2019

Businesses across Medway are being urged to enter the annual Medway Business Awards, which celebrate the brightest lights of the...

Furley Page appoints experienced commercial property lawyer at Chatham office

2nd July 2019

An experienced commercial property solicitor has joined leading Kent law firm Furley Page. Rebecca Crane, who qualified as a solicitor in...

Experienced awards judge celebrates Kent employer’s increased emphasis on staff mental health and wellbeing

27th June 2019

Andrew Masters, judge of the Employer of the Year category at the Kent Excellence in Business Awards (KEiBA) for the...

Lawyer warns vulnerable patients in Kent are missing out on care funding

12th June 2019

A lawyer who specialises in advising older and vulnerable people says hundreds of patients across Kent may be missing out...

Furley Page introduces Mental Health “First Aiders” to improve workplace wellbeing

5th June 2019

Furley Page has trained three members of its staff as Mental Health First Aiders, to support staff members struggling with...

Wealth of activities on offer at local school’s traditional summer fair

30th May 2019

Swalecliffe Community Primary School’s annual summer fair will be held on Sunday 9 June between noon and 3pm. Organised by the...

In the era of #MeToo, can businesses still use Non-Disclosure Agreements…

21st May 2019

...to settle employee disputes? The use of so-called Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) has been making headlines recently in the wake of the...

Lawyer warns construction industry should brace itself for large fines

21st May 2019

As CMA investigation into anti-competitive practices gathers pace A leading construction solicitor has warned that the construction sector should brace itself...

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